10 Cheap Sports Cars Under $10,000!!!


Which one would you buy??

Want cheap speed? Buy used. You won’t get the latest tech or the most luxurious features, but you will satisfy that need for speed, and do it without having to sell body parts to pay off the note. The used-car values you see here were sourced from Kelly Blue Book and represent vehicles that have a condition rating of “excellent.”

You might have to spend a few bucks more to find a perfect example of some of these cars in your area, but they’ll all be cheaper (and cooler) than most new economy cars. Following are the sports cars you may be able to find under $10,000 :

10. 1996 Nissan 300ZX Turbo:

Price: $7787

        This is one of the finest sports cars to ever come out of Japan, and one of the greatest Z car ever made. It packed a 3.0-liter V-6 engine with a pair of blowers that pumped out 300 ponies and hit 60 mph in the mid-5-second range. And it handled like a dream, despite a relatively heavy weight, thanks to its innovative high-capacity active-suspension system. Like most Japanese sports cars of this era, it’s hard to find one that’s unmolested by aftermarket modifications. But if you can find a clean one it will offer the same virtues that made these cars popular back in the day: high performance with everyday reliability.


9. 2002 Subaru Impreza WRX sedan:

Price: $8051

The Subaru Impreza sedan originally rolled out in 1992 for the Asia–Pacific and European markets. The rest of the world got the WRX performance variant in 1994, the same year that the regular Impreza came out in the United States. After winning a host of international autocross and rally championships with the little pocket rocket, plus widespread fame through the Gran Turismo video game series, Subaru decided to bring the WRX model to the U.S. market in 2001. Right off the boat, it blew away the press and consumers with its impressive speed combined with a freakish ability to hold the road in the most punishing conditions.The 2002 is powered by a 227-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged flat-four, capable of accelerating the ho-hum looking vehicle to 60 mph in less than 6 seconds and on to a top speed of 145 mph. The all-wheel-drive system was forgiving, the steering sharp and precise.